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The Moyements of Many People, Newbei
rians and Those Who Visit
Cotton was at 13 all over th
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCaughri
are in the city.
Miss Helen Goggans is at hom
from Laurens for Christmas.
Misses Ag nes and Susie Sumime
went to Atlanta on Tuesday.
Miss Lucile Wilson is at homi
from Con verse for the holidays.
Miss Grace Harmon, of Pros
perity, was in Newberry yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Odom havt
gone to Atlanta to spend the holi
Miss Ethel Kinard left on Tues
day for Augusta to visit her sister
Mrs. E. S. McNeil
Mr. Wiite Fant came lioi- yes
terday from his schc,-)l in Virginia
to spend Christmas.
Misses El Dora and Ochliese Wil
lanisoi are at home fiom Converse
college lor Christmas.
Mr. 11. W. Dominick goes to
Colnhw today to see David War
field il I'he Auctioneer" tonight.
Mr. W N'. Fair, Jr., will come
home frm , Atlanta to spend a por
tioni of tl2 holidays.
Ir B. I. Geer, traveling repre
.,eitative of the State newspaper,
vas in tlh City o? Thurlday
M. . \V H. Lovelace, of o::ial
Circle, Ga., is sp-nding Christmas
with his mnother in NCwherrv.
.\iss N1.\1rnri e Crome. who is
teacing inl th11e- city schools,
is spending t i > h()!i(d:1vs at home.
M. .1. 11. NI. Kinard, of the OI
serVe(. has I,onie to Angusta to visit
his daugltcr, Mr.J. S. NicNeill.
Nrs. Dr. ThOlll son, of Cross Hill,
is k."I"l1tng hur parents, M1r. and
Ni > li op0)O);)ck h come
hom. frm heicr sciml in~ Idgefield
cOlnnt. 1 to 'pin I Christ mias
M;.N Lrdy Mwer is --it homc
from the outh Carolina College,
witre he, ':k''r the law course.
isI.amra Bomnlvark:s this
we--k f-r P1nicto to attend Lhe
marriage : Mr. B M Anll and
Miss Rett Siti,.
Mrs.E. C. J,)lnes has ictuirned to
the city 1fter a wcek's absence, at
tending the Coninor-HVa rrison wed.
ding at Greenshoro, N C.
MIis.s Jelic n, of the facult y of the
P'resh)ytet ian College for Womien ini
Columbia,. will visit MIiss Jeanne
Pelham (hiring Chiristmans.
Misses Jeannte Peihamn and Myra
Mower e. ue home yesterday from
the College for W\omuen ini Columi
bia to spenmd Chiristmias.
Thie Rev. J. F. Beard. the niew
Ipastor o!f ON. all Street and Mollo.
hion, arrived in the city on T'uesdlay
with his family.
Most of the Newherry college
boys wvent home yesterday to spend
Christmas. Tlhe hiolidIays will ex.
tend to tihe 5th of January.
Mr. E. A. Carlisle, who is travel
Ing for the Springfield Metalli<
Casket conmpany, arrived in New
berry from Ohio on Tuesday t<
Messrs. 0. 1la. Shumpert an<
Cole. L. Blease went to Whlitmir<
yesterdIay iln connection with
gambling case, Col. Schumpnllert t<
p;osecuite anid Col. Blease to defen<
Messrs. George Sununier, Frani
Bradhurn, Arch Boozer, Willii
Mayes, John C. Goggans, Jr., L4ewl:
J ohinson and H omier Schumnpert
who are attenidinig Clemisonm college
are specndinig Chiristmias at hiomie.
Mayes' boo0k store will pt thn
remnants of holiday stock on saln
today at actual cost rather thai
carry them over.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The Herald and News wishes al
its readers a merry Christmas.
The governor has offered a re
ward of $ioo for the apprehensioi
e and conviction of the party wh<
burned the stables and darn of E
u W. Barre, in this county, som
City council will permit the shoot
ing of fireworks of lawful size be
r tween 8 o'clock and 12 tonight 01
the public square. All dangerou
fireworks or those of such size a:
are prohibited by the State law wil
positively be prohibited.
Mr. Tullius W. Summer, whc
for many years has been engage(
as superintendent of the trestle and
bridge force of the Southern rail.
may, was mjortall injured while re
turning from Pomaria to his lionic
at Peak on a lever car on last Satur
day afternoon by falling in front ol
the car and being run over. He
died about io o'clock the same night
after being taken home.
THE NEW CITY COUNCIL.
Oath of Oflice Taken on Tuesday Morning
The Elections Come on Wed
The oath of office was adminis
tered to tihe new city council on
'ueSday morning at To o'clock in
council chamber by Clerk of Court
John C. Gogg.ns. There were only
one- or two spectators present and
tIe proceeding.-, were very quiet
Tle new council will hold the
WaInal eection of ,ubordilate ofli
cvrs on W\'ed ne-day night, I)ecem
her ;1th. The salary of the four
pioliceiliell wi"I bc inlcreased froim
S35 to S4o a 1motth, the chief's
sallrv remaining at $5. The sal
ar" of the stret overseer will be
ilcrease(l from 5 to S40 a m1otnth,
the salary (,f' the ipligh(er and
janIlito fIrom11 $20 to $25, and tistead
of two hose wagon drivers at $20 a
onth each onl v one will be elected
at a -alar.y of $30 a m11on1th. The
salares of t ihe cierk and treasurer
emai it $:o p:.r mnth] and $Ico
per y*ear, rcsIpectiv(ely.
At the Lntheran Church.
'T%here will be services at the
Lut heran Cliurch of the Redeemer
on Christmas morning at i i o'clock.
The theme of the sermon will be,
"The Gloria in Excelsis.'' An of.
fering vill be taken to help rebuild
the church at Norfolk, Va., recent
ly destroyed by fire.
ISunday services will be held at
r i a. in. and 7.30 p.* ml. The even
inig services will he appropriate to
St. John's the Evangelist's clay.
TPhe subject of the morning sermon
will be, "'Room for Jesus.'" A cor
dial welcome to all.
The pastor will meet his catechet
ical class at the church on Satuir
(day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
An approachiing marriage in
which many Newberrians are inter.
estedi is that of Mr. Ben M. Aull
and Miss IIenrietta Sitton, which~
is to occurr in the Presbyterian~
church at Pendlleton on the 30th.
Mr. Aull is a Newberry boy and
has many friends and relatives ini
Newberry. Miss Sitton is kncwn
ini Newberry, having visited here
duItrinig ti s year. Both have hiost.'
of I rienmds throughout the State whi
will wish for them much happiness.
L argest Shipment of Cotton.
Mr. H. HI. McIlhannty, represent
inig Alex Sprunt & Sons, cottoi
brokers, of WVihniington, N. C., o
Tu ada y made the largest shipment
of cot toin fronm Newberry this seal
Son. Eight huiidredl and fifty bales
wvere shipped via the Columbia,
Newvberry and L4aurens and the At.
lantic Coast Line to Wilmington,
The cotton was taken on a specia:
train after it reacherd (olumbia.
FOR E3QUITABLE FREIGHT RATMI.
Newberry Board of Trade Will Take Up W
The Matter and Desires C-Opera
lion of Business Men.
The board of diectors of the
Newberry board of trade through il
e their president, )r. 0. It Mayer,
and the secretary of the board, Mr. in
E. H. Aull, have addressed a lettr jof
to the merchants and the business
men of Newberry directing their st
consideration to a circular letter th
issued from Charleston by a coin- S1
mittee composed of members of the aut
Anderson, Columbia and Charleston
chambers of commerce, in which at- fo
tention is called to the fact especially'ce
that '"'the people of South Carolina !o
are paying for their transportation 04
an average of about 25 per cent. co
more than the people of the State of
ofVirginia. and in the case of the
Southern road on their Vashington col
and Richmond division 33 per cent ,
and they are paying this to the thi
same corporations." Attention is Tl
also called to other discriminations ho
against the people of this State in op,
the tuatter of freight rates. fro
The Newberry board of trade will. a 1
meet at council chambers on Tues- pla
day, December 29th, at 9.30 a. im., 'sm
to consider this matter and to take of
action for co-operating with other ho
similar bodies throughout the State his
in seeking a remedy. The board
of trade desires to have present at
this mneet'ng not only the iemers I
of the board but all merchants and pas
business men who are interested in the
securing an equitable freight rate ie.
for Newvberry. ''If all the business or i
imen of the town would join the rea.
board of trade and work together, ' the
says the letter addressed to the eve
bu sen, "it is possible to do hul
mar things which would be of ad- had
vantage to this conintuimity in a eVe
business way This is an invitation vI
to yon and a request to becuime aii lie
active member of the Newberry I
board of t rade." bee
THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. the
Officers Elected-Annual Banquet to Be
Held On the 12th---Order of the
Eastern Star. har
Newlcrry lodge, No. 75. Knights hea
of Pythias, at a meeting held on s
Tuesday night elected the follow
C. C., \V. F. Ewart. i
V. C., 1. P. Wideman.
Prelate, A. H. Booth.
M. of WV.. E. H. Aull. 1
K. of R. and S., C. A. Bowman.a:
M. F., Van Smith. dis'
M. E., Z. F. Wright. al
M. A., HI. B. Wells. pe~
I. G., J. A. Blackwelder.Dr
0. G., E. Cavenaugh.
Trustees: 0. B. Croifler, A. C.
Jones, J. L. WVise.
Messrs. W. F. Ewart, E. P. ove
Wideman and A. IH. Booth were
appointed a committee to prepare
for the annual banquet to be given
on the x 2th of Janunary.v
THE E ASTON ST1AR. fr
Ruth chapter, Order of the Eas- of
tern Star, at a meeting held on -
Monday night elected the following
Worthy Matron, Mrs. J. B. Hun
Associate Matron, Mrs. Van.
Smithy Patron, F. H. Dominick. o
Secretary, Mrs. D). F. Pifer. w
Treasurer, Mrs. Mary C. Klett- tmc
Conductress, Mrs. J. WV. Ear
Assist ant Conductress, Miss Gail- Nc
Thle appoiintive ofhices have not TVa
yet been filled.
Sacred Concert Postponed.
The sacred oratorio which was to es,
have been rendered in thle I,utheran A
Church of the Redeemer on the -
night of the 30th, has been post- 3
poned till some ime i Janua,.
'UB CJMBKn SIDvuALKS.
ork Rceeived By Street Committee Of
Council--Total Cost Was $4M.58
3,563.2 square yards of sidewalk
the business portion of Newberry
Lve been cetnented at a total cost,
0111(ling 3,043.2 feet of curbing,
$.b777-58, and the work was re
ived Tuesday morning by the
eet committee of city council and
e contractor, Frank Barker, of
vannah, handed a check for the
lotit due hitm.
$1. 7 per sqitare yard was paid
' the 3,5(13.2 yards of cement, the
lienting costing $4,168.94, and
cents per running foot for the 3,
3.2 fect of curbing, the curbing (
tin? $6o8.6. This makes a total
$4.777-58 foi the whole work.
l'he work is well done and city
mcil and the people of Newberry
well pleased with the result and I
nk the cost a wise expenditure. 3
e sidewalk in front of the opera;
use and tile block between the
!ra house and Mayes' drug store
ze over before they dried aid are t
ttle rough but Mr. Barker ex
ined that this would wear to a
,oti surface Should this part a
'he work not prove satisfactory,
vever, the contractor is held by A
A Big Establishment.
4imninaugh says that his sales the
t year were $20,ooo ahlead of ]
year previous and that his sales
:t year are going to be $2o,ooo
nore ahead of this year for the of
;on that lie is going to put o 1
market greater bargains than o;
r. He is doing an iiiimense
iness and Christmas week has! C
a small arnyv of clerks busy m
rv inminite. of the day. He ad
ise.s and lie does exact lv what
udvertises lie vili do. Or
)uriIng the past few days lie has
ii conducting a cape and jacket
He till has a few left ani
y are bargais. or
50 Head Horses and Mules.
dessrs Sciiumipert aid Quattle
Lam, a new firm at Pro.sperity but
nitly formed, will have fifty
.d of horses andi mules at their N
Aes for sale on December 28th. L0
Ihis firm has everything new andl(
to date in Buggies, Harness, 01
Bilious Colic Prevented.
ake a double dose of Chamberlain's '3
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy C
ioon as the first indication of the c
iase appears and a threatened attack "
y be warded off. H-undreds of peo- A
use the remedy in this way with t
fect success. For sale by Smith
ig Co., Newvberry, S. C., Prosperity
ig Company, Prosperity, S. C.
ONEY TO LOAN-We negotiate
Lioans on improved farm lands at
en per cent, interest on amounts
r one .thousand dollars, and eight F
cent. interest on amounts less thanm
)00. Long time and easy payments. m
Hunt, Hunt & hunter, ci
TANTE.D.-Boar~d for two. Will s<
Vfurniish furniture. Room on t<
t floor desired. Address W. care w
TANTED. -Table Boarders Janu
ary the first. r
Mt rs. George McWhirter. Ii
tOR SALE. -100 cords Oai Vood, f
2 feet long. Apply to
S. B. Aull, Jaiapa.,
PESTAURANT- Fancy Groceries
Li M r. John J. Eargle wvho has bought t
the grocery store of C. W. Douglas
Ialso continue the restaurant al, the
ne pace and you can secure a goet
al cheap. HIe also has a good lire f
fancy and staple groceries at prices
et are reasonable.t
UTELL~S BORED--Although I haveE
V bored two thousand wells in
whberry county I am still in the busi- al
is. Parties desiring my services ma'y4
ve ordIers at my ofTice over W. TI.
rrant's store. ci
I. A. McDowru ci
Newberry. S. C.
rONEY TO LEND- I am author
I. ized to negotiate loans on real hi
a' mortgages running 3 to 5 years. ti
ppy to Jonnstonie & Welch. ri
-GEO. B. CnoMIsa. e.
hORSE FARM F'OR RENT--Ap v
ply to M. M. BUJFORD), n
Newberry, S. 1-1
THE COTTON MARKBT.
What the Fleecy Staple Was Bringing
Yesterday Afternoon in the Various
Portions of the County.
(Corrected by Nat Gist.)
lood Middling . . . . . . . . 13
3trict Middling..... .2 87 1-2
diddling . . . . . . . . . . . 12 75
'Corrected by J. L. and A. G. Wise.)
lood Middling ........ 13
(Corrected by John R. Scurry.)
xood Middling. . . . . . . . .
(Corrected by Aull, Hentz & Co.)
3ood Middling . . . . . . 13
(Corrected by J. B. Lathan.)
00(d Middling . . . . . . . . 13
(Corrected by Smith Bros.)
ood Middling ........ 13
Car load Cotton Seed
iulls just received, get
Four supply now.
t E.,M. EVANS& Co.
ANTED - Two good looper hands.
Also two good families with knit- t
ng mill help. Good prices. good water
n good pay for all. Apply at once to
oronaca Mill, Anderson, ,N C.
). S.---Will furnish transportation to
iy good family or loopers.
~.3A RTI -S having houses to rent or
lots for sale will do well to see'
ull and I1,gins in regard to same
ho will rent and take charge of c
ON'T miss seeing those handz,
1Feather flows at Woorl-N'S.
LE(ANT line of P.:ErT SHAM
1Umhrellas, at WooTE.:N'S.
N NOU N CE M E.:NT.-D1)r. Jerome
llowles, late member of Faculty
Southeni Se.ooil of Osteopathy, and
r Ross 1'. Ki,owles. have located in
:!"yberry, S. C.. for the practice of
teol)athy. Treatmenit given at lesi
nee or at trealing room. lady opera
raind lady attendant wien desired.
m1silIlation and exalliflation free.
Rlesdllnce at rls. (1.len's. Oflice
UNTER & SANER are running a
. <aw mill about one mile from eity
r'oad to Lindsay's brid.ge, and are
e)ared to fill all orders or lUrnber.
OR S AmE -- The ;-rooin cottage,
with outhuildiv-s, 8 acres of 'im
oved raria il" I andil nice youl'r
chard and vineyard, I mile form New
rry College, will be sold first Monday
.January unless. '!d before at private
10. For tern-; etc., apply to
Di. 1). L. lloozi.:n, Newherry.
or DI. J. W. Boozi.:, Colu1mbia.
OTICE -- I have moved my saw mill
on M rs. Ida N. Boozer's place near
ew Chapel Church, and am )repared
furnish on short notice, long and
ort leaf pine lumber-heart or sap
reasonable prices. Any one in need
first-class lumber will do well to get
y prices before )lacing their orders.
H. 0. LONG,
Silver Street, S. C.
JTALUAB3LE REAL ESTATE FOR
V SA LE--Sixty Acres adjoining in
rporate limits of Newherry. High
ate of cultivation. One hundred and
*rty acres one and a half miles from
wn. Good creek and river bottom,
Ie meadlows on 1both tracts. For in
rmation app)ly to
G. M. B. EPTING.
or E. 11. AuL.
First Cost Niot the Cheapest.
The first cost of an article does not
ucessarily determine its cheapne1s.
>r instance, a sack of "Clifton" flour
ay cost you a little more than other
-called patent flours, but it will be
caper to.you in the end. Why? Be"
use it will not only make more bread
the sack, but will take less lard and
dia to make it. Order a sack of "Clif
n" and rnake a test for yourself. It
di prove the truth of this statement
T. J. HAYS.
Do you want one of the prettiest and
ost stylish Hats in town this season?
so you must hav~e it madec by the
Out prices are the lowest and
yles the newest that can be found
Get the Best For the Asking.
When you order a sack of patent
om your grocer, do not tell hi
nd you "a sack of good flout",
1I him to s4endl you a sack of "Clif
caduse "Clifton" is the best pa
very sack is sold with this guar
1(d if it does not prIove as repros
ur money will be re funded. "Cli
an all-round flour, and is as goo
Lke andl pastry as light rolls an
ut. T. J. 1
travel for well es
>use in a few counties. callin
Lil merchants andl agents. L
tory. Salary $20.00 per w
penses add(itional, all payab
ceh week. Money for exp
'unced. Position permane
ass successful and ushing
ouse, 330 Dearborn St., Cni